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smart woman. young girls can look up to her. >> speaking of looking up to women -- >> michelle obama, and the cover of "vogue." a lot of people say she is over exposed. >> this came because she was part of the oscars. i love michelle obama. i cannot get enough of her. i love her grace and dignity. i think she is the perfect representation of the first lady, so me i can't get enough. >> it's not like it's cosmo. it's "vogue." >> i think we want to see inside the white house and we want to see inside the first lady. i don't feel she is over exposed, not even a little bits. >> especially when she wears clothes from the gap, and things like that. a very common every woman. >> and very regular. i feel like i could be the first lady one day after seeing michelle obama because she becomes so normal. that's why i love her so much. >> a brilliant woman who is a great example to kids with the childhood obesity program as well. >>> coming up, do you want a piece of history? well a titanic discovery. we will show you what is it coming up. >>> on land we don't farm for crops in the cities in thes
're taking a live look at cpac where congresswoman michele bachmann is speaking and in a few moments, dr. ben carson is set to take the stage and we'll bring you his speech live. >> and join us on the after the show show. and remember miss alaska shaved her head last year it's grown back. >> you'd never know. >> a fox news alert, the pentagon now beefing up defense along the west coast after reports that north korea test fired two short-range missiles, stoking nuclear tensions with that nation even further. military officials from the south today saying that north korea fired those missiles over water. these are pictures of the launch last year. today's launch app in response to ongoing drills by the united states and south korea. the pentagon says this only heightens the nuclear threat. coming up we are going to have the latest news from the pentagon and a discussion with a former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, john bolton. but first, we are awaiting a speech by one of the most outspoken critics of obama's health care law and momentarily he'll be addressing this year's conservative p
is something that for next year you would like to see us do? michelle, if you'd start us off. >> so i think that the major task for next year when we do this communications drill, which i hope we continue to do, and i think you mentioned this earlier, we assumed that all of the city's primary communications were online and operational. we used 800 megahertz push to talk radios here. we assumed that system was online and operational and i think next year it would be a really good exercise for us to pull that communications capability out of the picture and use military assets. i think we're going to have a lot of lessons learned out of that activity and it would be a good exercise for the city personnel to understand how they would operate using the military aid. >> i think one of the things that i wrote in my after action report it my boss was about training. we actually have an acu1,000 type capability in pendleton and that is a piece of equipment that bee don't train with routinely the expeditionary folks. i think there is an opportunity in training, it's great when marines get to se
. we shared with michelle the information that we provide at the assistance center, when an individual or individuals come in, who want to do child-care especially child-care in their home. what are the rules? what are the regs? and also, more importantly, what sort of support is out there? hsa does have some financing programs and some technical assistance programs that they do as well. so part of our discussion was how can we better integrate that with our neighborhood economic development organizations, and things of that sort? so that was just a really -- those are the kind of things that i like to do and work on with different departments. and that we're really thinking about some of our smallest employers. but who also leading up to the issue that was before this with women entpreneurs that also have tremendous impact for individuals as well. i am not going to review -- there just some brief updates in terms of some of the legislation and policy and just note that supervisor reed has reintroduced the divisadero and fillmore districts. the 415628 i'm keeping tabs working wi
fashion first for the firltds. michelle obama making the cover of vogue magazine not once but twice. ilene is the first reporter to sit down with the reporter behind the story. >> second term, second cover. first lady michelle obama in vogue again. >> there is something to groundbreakingly modern about the obamas, the first black president and first lady and ana is crazy about them. >> vogue's powerful editor in chief is a massive obama fundraiser once rumored to be the next u.s. ambassador to the u.k., so it is her friend, the first lady, appearing on vogue's april cover wearing a sleeveless dress by reed krai cough, yes, that read krakov, the same chosen for the inauguration and here she is in michael kors and jonathan meter spoke to both. >> them as a couple, their marriage e children, how they live in the white house, how they deal with the bubble. >> what struck him? >> they're just so sweet each other and there is a lot of affection and if there is any married couple to whom the phrase they finish each other's sentences applies, it is them? of their marriage, the president says i thi
. so this is not the publican party. so michele bachmann is fine with this group, sarah palin fine, those people are not nominated. don't measure the audience pay attention to the speeches. >> i would just add this. that any group that doesn't invite chris christie, the most popular politician in the country let alone the republican politician, bob mcdonald, governor of virginia who had showed bipartisan skill in getting transportation bill through, major plan that required raising taxes. and instead invites documented trump. you have to question the seriousness and where it is on the political compass. >> woodruff: talking about the president he continued david this week, this charm offensive outreach to congress. why is he doing this and does it look like it's working? >> so why he's doing it. a simple explanation which i would never stoop to is he's a little down in the poll. the pausive implications are he's got a new chief of staff is an outreach kind of guy and maybe he thinks he can get something done. is it working, i'd say yest is. has the lion laid down the lamb no. >>
to the story. michelle franzen is here with that. >> good morning, alex. that's right. while this case will be heard by a new york appellate court in june, a final ruling may not come before bloomberg leaves office at the end of this year. but one leading mayoral candidate is already trying to stay out of this fight. >> i don't support the soda ban. now that said, i want to congratulate the mayor. he's done more to fight obesity probably than anybody in any city anywhere. but i worry that if you tell people, you can't have that, they're going to go get two of them. >> and the mayor says that's the point. he's counting on the ban becoming a deterrent for people not wanting to buy two sodas. he's also confident the ruling will be overturned. >> limiting the size of sugary beverages is consistent with the board of health's tradition and its mission, and we believe that ultimately the courts will find it consistent with the law. >> the ban, or portion control as the mayor calls it, puts a 16 ounce cap on sugary drinks sold at restaurants, delis, movie theaters, sports venues and street car
, everybody, my name is michelle geddis, i'm with the san francisco department of emergency management, i'm responsible for the project management ofrs and one of our major programs is the interoperatability program. so i was more than delighted to be part of this com exercise, i was able to be an evaluator at the ocean beach location and we have a lot of lessons learned to talk about. thanks. >> one of the challenges that we have in civilian and also you as military is that common operating picture. how do we make sure that all of our resources in the field, back in the command post, have the same operating picture and we can ensure that we have an unity of effort of everyone. and with the command and control exercise that we started with, this was one great opportunity for the military and the civilian groups to work together. so i'd like to hear from our c2 exercise participants how that went. colonel jolly, will you tell us about that? >> from our perspective we had the right people in the right place. as we saw during the medical exercise yesterday, ocean beach has a good many ad
between you and the refreshments in the back, i'll limit it to one. and michelle gedess brought it up earlier today. it's been characterized a couple different ways. vice admiral breckenridge asked if there are any gaps that we've discovered. i would say in a denied environment, it's something we in the military are looking and training to on a daily basis. but in terms of communications, in a denied environment -- and it's not through any particular act that's denying us other than whatever destruction is a resultant of the disaster that hit. and i think that's where we really have work to do. i think next year's table top exercise, if it addressed that or the drill itself went after that, i think we would stand to learn a lot. some of it wouldn't be pleasant, but better to learn it now than in the event something has happened. and thank you very much. >> thank you, sir. >> this is my third fleet week. the trajectory is right, and we really need to keep it going. and look forward to putting the pieces together for next year. >> i'll just echo those sentiments and let's hope that hist
about the big speech that is took place this morning? we had michele bachmann, newt gingrich, scott walker. what were the highlights there? >> reporter: absolutely. well, in gingrich and bachmann, you have two former presidential candidates who are really very still popular within the conservative movement, and bachmann in particular really hit on some notes that conservatives were interested in hearing, mentioned benghazi at some length. scott walker has been makes noises all right about 20916 te -- 20 2016. this crowd, it's a group you would really want on injure side -- your side. people who would really work for you. >> i'm curious about the reaction to rob portman's announcement that he's in favor of gay marriage. are you hearing any rumblings about that? >> reporter: i spent yesterday afternoon talking to attendees about that. there seemed to be an age divide. some of the older folks who are here who i talked to said the party really should stay on the traditional marriage sort of value front whereas this place is about half college students. i talked to a lot of college stude
that got passed down to tommy keys and michelle over to the razz room without the proper permits. i think that ultimately no matter what, a test has to be passed, the sound test has to be passed so that it is not disrupting the residents of the building. they have heard this from two floors up and not near the staircase and there are children that have woken up. and i know that ian and katie have been woken up and they had to leave the residents so they could actually sleep for a week and i appreciate what you have done with the presentation and i am in sales myself. i appreciate the production, but ultimately have you to pass a test, right? and that is ultimately what this comes down to, so you know we love to see it be successful, i love to go down stairs and listen to the music and listen to these great singers, but again, just the residents can't be disrupted the way that they have done. thank you for your time. thank you very much. next? >> good evening, commissioners, i wish that i could sing. my name is karol tatum and i have lived in san francisco since 1955, in fact i am the moth
the president talks about the hacking scandal for michelle obama, the first lady. now, is that a clue that there's no news? yes, there was no news. i mean, basically, it is the president using that format, i think, and we saw this with the cbs interview so widely criticized, the 60 minutes interview, he uses the press in this way on his terms and i think this is what we're seeing succeed for him time and again. >> jon: go ahead. >> except, let's be honest, this is the president of the united states who as candidate called 6 trillion dollars unamerican, and 6 trillion dollars is unamerican, 16 trillion dollars is not american. i mean, this is the next level and yet, the media are acting like, i think you are correct, kirsten, well, we've heard it before. but bush never called his, you know, 6 trillion dollar national debt unamerican. obama did, hold him accountable. if it's unamerican, let's call him unaccountable. >> i was about to say we went through a terrible recession and steps had to be taken and dick cheney is the man who said deficits don't matter. >> but you're avoiding the number one pr
, "distract michelle. i'm going out for a smoke." remember, republicans agreed to raise taxes, and in exchange, we're supposed to be taking an ax to the budget. he wants to raise taxes again. remember this the next time some journalist asks a republican, cassette and are you saying you would not take $1 in tax hikes in exchange for $10 in budget are you saying you would not take $1 in tax hikes in exchange for $10 in budget cuts?" we are the indians and the obama administration are andrew jackson. we have been through this before. the democrats tripled the budget. it is not true that it was reagan's tax cuts that led to the deficit. the problem was for every additional dollar that came in to the internal revenue service, the democrats were spending another $3. then reagan's knuckle head of a vice president, the first george bush, unable to learn from the first kick of a mule, made the exact same deal with democrats. he raised taxes in exchange for promised cuts in spending. "i will gladly take a tax hike today for a cut in spending on tuesday." once again, democrats raised spending. it would b
meets at the end of the month. watch video of michelle alexander at booktv.org and read "the new jim crow" and then on tuesday, march 26th at 9 p.m. eastern, join us live online with your questions and comments on "the new jim crow." >> next, historian hugh howard recounts the war of 1812 from the viewpoint of president james madison and first lady dolly madison. the author examines president madison's decision to declare war, the first president to do so, and the succeeding battles on land and sea as america fought its second war for independence from britain. this is a little under an hour. .. we will ask staff take? maybe. or maybe not. just didn't hold up. or yes. even though hugh howard and i are fast friends and had more than a few beers together over the years and written many chair left side by side while skiing doesn't necessarily follow that i would staff pick his excellent new book. i did it because it is in fact an excellent book. moron that in a moment. hugh howard's book shop working in new york for various publishing houses for ten years. as an architectural historian
is thinking this has something to do with the united states government because michelle obama presented the oscar? goodness gracious. this case, no matter what forum, whether it's switzerland, france, the hague, or certainly the united states, not a chance. >> richard? >> going nowhere. >> yeah. there will be a jury trial. will it be in the united states? federal court? state court? it's absolutely preposterous, fred. this is absolutely just laughable. and that's what we should do when we read this story. we should all just sit back and have a hearty laugh, st. patrick's day tomorrow, happy st. patrick's day. this case, there is no case. it's stupid. >> all righty. >> we agree. >> an agreement. there you go. all right. avery, richard -- >> avery's wearing a green tie. >> all ready for st. paddy's weekend. thanks so much, gentlemen. good to see you. the legal guys are here every saturday. don't miss them at this time, noon eastern hour, to give us their take on the most intriguing legal cases of the week. >>> a reminder to watch cnn's new show "the lead" with jake tamer. starts monday at
to polls.eir people to the vot michelle obama made a speech at the university of iowa. they had set up on of the early voting places right across the street. her speech and marched right out to vote. that is the way they got a lot of their votes. there is some fraud, too. you know that. then you look at the republicans. unfortunately we let the establishment pick another loser for us. have and the fight i am asking you to engage in is between the establishment and the grass roots. the establishment has given us a whole series of losers, bob dole romney. mccain and mitt even when they picked a winner they picked somebody who spent more than the democrats, added more programs that cost money to the taxpayers, and he tried to give us open borders to the north american union and through the amnesty that he lined up with ted kennedy. the grassroots takeover and elect the kind of candidate sarah palin has been backing. that is your challenge. i urge you to be a part of the republican party because we have a two-party system, a third party is not going to cut it, we need to have you working i
that is president obama -- i wish it was senator obama. >> are you referring to michelle four years from now? >> be careful what you say. let's roll the clip on president obama. >> i think what is important to recognize is that we have already cut $2.5 -- 2.7 trillion out of the deficit. in the sequester stays in, you have over $3 trillion in deficit reduction already. we don't have an immediate crisis in terms of debt. for the next 10 years it is in a sustainable place. >> smatesing what the deaf ear that the president has around us. $16.7 trillion in debt. we'll add to it. while the president has been in office we've added $6 trillion in debt. he made a comment he said he did not want to balance the budget for the sake of balancing the budget. you balance it to get control of the runaway spending. >> where do you even start? we don't have a problem right now? >> either the president is the biggest liar in the history of the united states of america, or the dumbest human being ever. [applause] i have a 12-year-old daughter who understands that you can't keep spending money or you don't have
congresswoman michelle bachman, newt gingrich, and wisconsin governor scott walker. >>> the issue of gun control and second amendment rights getting a lot of attention this week at cpac and just today a new development in the state of new york. hours ago, it became law that some members of our military may not be allowed to own a gun. it's part of one of the nation's toughest gun control laws on the books and in response, the department of veterans affairs says it will not comply with the new requirement to hand over the names of certain patients. those who they believe may be a danger to themselves or others. eric shaun in our new york city news room. what does the law exactly say? >> the law requires the mental health care professionals, that they tell government officials if they think their patient is dangerous. the information would be used to make sure people who should not have a gun do not. it was passed in the wake of the horrible massacre in newtown by new york governor andrew cuomo. he points out that any information the doctors share with authorities would still be confidential. >> s
in a series of irresponsible and reckless provocations. >>> and minnesota republican congresswoman michele bachmann she spoke at cpac this morning, criticized what she called the extravagances of the obama white house. >> we are also the ones who are paying for someone to walk the president's dog, paying for someone to walk the president's dog? now, why are we doing that when we can't even get a disabled veteran into the white house for a white house tour? >>> and in just a few minutes from now, saratoga springs, utah, mayor mia love will be delivering a major address to cpac conservatives. last fall, she was one of the featured speakers at the republican national convention as a candidate for congress. if she won, she would have been the first black female ever elected to congress as republican but she lost that race by a narrow mar jane, about 1%. mayor mia love joins me now from the cpac convention. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you are -- >> i can't see you. good to hear you. >> you are not missing much. you're going to be speaking there in a few minutes, i understand. what d
and eric cantor and michelle bach in. >> host: how did you become so smart on domestic politics? >> caller: i don't know. i just read articles. >> host: thanks for the call. >> guest: it's amazing someone like this can't go, but voters have about 110 the job knowledge. post what you were 12 years old could you colin -- >> guest: i was from the eating dirt in the backyard. >> host: curtis in texas, independent line. can you talk? >> caller: it doesn't make any difference what they do. it's going to come back to the middle class. it always has, it always will and we will be the ones to bill the government now. they let the bitterness go to the cayman islands. they let them put their money so they don't have to pay taxes and yet they buy other business in the united states. they buy the smaller businesses and were going to end up with one big corporation and pay one big lump. thank you. i enjoy c-span two watch it nearly every day. >> guest: he raises an excellent point. it's impossible to see how they restructure programs over time without having a major impact on the middle class, but the t
is hearing from minnesota republican congresswoman michelle bachmann. >> you can never count on your cat. ok? that's a given. but i want to know what's absolute confidence who it is that does care about you. it is this movement, this representative in this room all across the country. it's a movement that fundamentally cares so deeply and so personally about protecting innocent human life, about great institutions like the family, about a growing economy, about ensuring that we have a strong national defense. we care about these things so much because fundamentally we are the people who truly care about people. we love people in this country. and we want everyone to succeed in this country. because, you see, we want everyone to have the best possible life that they could have. white, black, hispanic, young immigrants, old immigrants, male, female. you neam it, -- name it. we want everyone to succeed because we need everyone to succeed in this country. that's our community. because when you get lifted up in our community, then we get lifted up, too. that's how it works about and that's why we
? >> well, speaking right now is michele bachmann from minnesota who you remember she ran for the republican presidential nomination. she's talking right now. a couple minutes ago, scott walker the republican governor of wisconsin was talking and he got a big -- a big realization. the future of the party is not going to come from here in washington but rather the state houses from the republican governors, there are 30 of them right now. take a listen to what scott walker had to say. >> there are now in america some 30 states that have republican governors and republican legislatures. that's the good news. the good news is we have success and it's happening in our states and we could learn from that to tell our friends and colleagues in washington how to move forward. to be successful in the states, we have to be optimistic. we have to be relevant. and most importantly, we have to be courageous. >> and that's one of the themes here. cpac is the largest annual gathering of conservative activists and supporters across the country. and the theme here is what does the party do after losing the p
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